We are still in the depths of winter, but I’m dreaming of spring. Blooming flowers and sprigs of new life rising from the ground… sounds heavenly, right? The warm weather will be here before we know it — but until then — I’m hanging farmhouse style botanicals on the walls to brighten up our home.
I’m Lora Green, of Craftivity Designs, and today I’m back at The Weathered Fox to share a collection of botanical prints from my Printable Decor & Gift Shop. You can find me on both Handmade at Amazon and Etsy — whichever is your preferred shopping venue!
Farmhouse Style Botanical Prints
Looking for a small touch of farmhouse charm? Try a simple 5×7 botanical print. Pick your favorite herb (there are 19 botanical prints to choose from) and hang it the kitchen.
Even though Botanicals are perfect for a kitchen, the classic and timeless style of plants and florals will work throughout your home. If you’re looking to inject a bit more green into your space, try a set of botanical prints. Kelly, from North Country Nest, hung a set of herb prints in her Rustic Guest Bedroom. Tucked into worn, wood frames, two botanical prints flank each side of the bed. (P.S. Kelly’s home is filled with rustic and industrial farmhouse style — go check it out!)
Photo from the North Country Nest Winter Guest Bedroom Tour
There are other ways to use botanicals throughout the home, too. In fact, you aren’t even limited to walls! For example, purchase the printable version of this 9 Herb Art Print, and create a DIY Farmhouse Style Tote Bag.
I’ve also used botanicals in the kitchen to organize recipes (and to give handmade treats!). Personalized recipe cards are a popular gift for weddings, bridal showers, and housewarmings. By pairing pretty botanical cards with my recipe binder, I actually keep my recipes organized, which makes meal planning and cooking much simpler. Psst… grab a mini, free version of my recipe binder if you want to give it a try.
So, tide yourself over until spring with some botanical artwork. Which plants and herbs are your favorites?
Until next time,
Lora Green of Craftivity Designs
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